THE ETHICS OF WHAT WE EAT: WHY OUR FOOD CHOICES MATTER
Singer, Peter and Mason, Jim
[New York]: Rodale, 2006. 328 p.
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Ethics and Experts; How Do We Decide?; a Physician's Perspective; Ethicists, Critics, and Expertise; What Philosophers Can Offer Noble, Cheryl N.; Singer, Peter; Avorn, Jerry; Wikler, Daniel; Beauchamp, Tom L. (1982-06)Cheryl Noble discusses the emergence of applied ethics as a subdiscipline and expresses skepticism about the role of the philosopher as a technical "expert" on social problems. Peter Singer applauds the renewed interest ...